FAQs

Below are our most frequently asked questions about the Club and membership. Still have a question? Please contact us.

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1. Does Pine Island accept cash?
Pine Island Country Club does accept cash. Members also have the option to pay "as they go" by credit card or debit card, or they may choose to apply all fees and charges to their member account.

2. When do I receive a statement for my dues and charges?
Statements are available for viewing on the 1st of the month online by logging into the member area of the Pine Island website under “My Statements”. Account activity can be monitored daily this way. Statements are also e-mailed on the first day of the month. Payment is due upon receipt and no later than the 25th of the month. Payments made after the 25th are subject to a late fee. Tenured members also have the option of being set-up on automatic credit card or bank draft (this is required by all new members as of February of 2014). These members' drafts are processed on the 15th of the month. Please contact the accounting office for more information.

3. What information is on my statement?
The monthly billing statement reflects dues for the upcoming month plus all charges accrued from the previous month. All charges are itemized by date, item and amount. Your member statement also gives you a balance on your food minimum and gives important event dates.

4. What is the Capital Fee?
The Capital Fee is a reserve for repair, maintenance and expansion of all Pine Island facilities. The funds are restricted in their use and the Board of Governors must approve all expenditures from the Capital Fund. The Capital Fee is billed monthly to all members: Full $25/month, Weekday $15/month, Social $10/month

5. What is the food minimum?
The food minimum is the required quarterly amount members are required to spend on food items at their Club. Food items include food and non-alcoholic beverages purchased in the Member Grille, Turn Grille or beverage cart. It excludes member event food and beverage purchases as these are typically package deal pricing with entertainment and such. The food minimum is $150 per quarter. Each member's quarterly cycle is determined alphabetically by their last name:

A-G
January-March
April-June
July-September
October-December

H-M
February-April
May-July
August-October
November-January

N-Z
March-May
June-August
September-November
December-February

6. What are the cart fees?
Cart fees are $20 for 18 holes and $12.50 for 9 holes (inclusive of tax).

7. What are the guest fees?
Guest fees (including cart rental fees) are: $57 Tuesday-Friday and $71 Saturday-Sunday and Holidays

8. When may I bring a guest to play golf?
Aside from member only events, guests are welcome at any time. Pine Island has a restrictive guest policy; this means all guests must be accompanied by a member. Unless otherwise approved by the Golf Professional or General Manager, members may not have more than three guests on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Members shall be responsible for all guest activities and conduct.

9. How do guests pay?
Guest may pay by cash, credit card (Mastercard, Visa, American Express), debit card or all fees and charges may be applied to the sponsoring member’s account.

10. How far in advance may I book a tee time?
Tee times may be booked up to 10 days in advance. Tee times may be made for Saturday beginning at 1pm on Monday. Tee times can be made by calling The Golf Shop (704) 394-1011 or online. Only one tee time may be booked per phone contact.

11. Can I bring a guest to dine or to attend social activities?
Unless designated as a member only event, all dining and social activities are open to members and accompanied guests.

12. What are the pool guest fees?
All guests of the pool must be accompanied by a member. Pool guest fees are $5 per day per guest. Children under 4 years are not charged a guest fee. Grandchildren 12 & under are no charge (must be accompanied by grandparent).

13. Is there a dress code?
Unless otherwise specified for special events, t-shirts, tank tops or other collarless shirts are not considered appropriate attire for men in the Clubhouse dining areas or Main Member Bar. Denim is acceptable in the Clubhouse but not on the golf course.